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6 October, 2013 3:14 pm

From Chuck’s Feb. 2014 release, Convertibles.

3 October, 2013 5:19 am

Produced By Earl Sweatshirt. Presented by Rostrum Records, Rex Arrow Films & TreeJTV. From the album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Directed by Rex Arrow.

15 August, 2013 9:47 am

In the third and final installment of HardKnock TV’s interview, Mac talks to Nick Huff Barili about how he feels that Schoolboy Q’s up coming album is better than any TDE releases to date, including Kendrick Lamar’s GKMC. Mac back pedals on the statement a bit saying that he wants to support his homie Q [cont.]

13 August, 2013 5:19 am

This is the 4th time that Mac and Nick Huff Barili have sat down for an interview. In the first installment of this segment Mac shares where he is at in his life musically and personally. Mac explains that he went through a dark period during the Macadelic tour where he hated everything because he [cont.]

6 August, 2013 7:07 am

Mac Miller releases this track under his Larry Fisherman alias, who plays a character called Smoke Mo’ Purp, “the best rapper of all time”.

25 July, 2013 5:58 am

Rapsody grabs Mac Miller and Jared Evan for her latest.

25 July, 2013 2:39 am

From Watching Movies With The Sound Off, available now. Directed by Rex Arrow.

10 July, 2013 12:18 pm

From 80 Blocks From Tiffanys Pt. 2, hitting July 30th.

9 July, 2013 8:29 am

Directed by Illroots America, produced by Chuck Inglish. Watching Movies With The Sound Off, available now.

22 June, 2013 8:22 am

Released on the same day as Kanye West’s Yeezus and J. Cole’s Born Sinner, Mac Miller’s second studio album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off seems like almost an afterthought. But instead, it acts more like a balm. While Kanye and Cole’s releases have a darker, hopeless feel, Mac Miller comes off almost enlightened. Listen [cont.]

22 June, 2013 5:53 am

Mac Miller produced LP under his Larry Fisherman alias, from Vince Staples. Guest shots from Ab-Soul, Schoolboy Q, Joey Fatts, Dash and more. Vince Staples & Larry Fisherman – “Stolen Youth”

19 June, 2013 5:35 am

We recently caught up with Mac Miller and ScHoolBoy Q to talk about Mac’s new album “Watching movies with the Sound Off.” Check out what Q has to say about the new album, it’s features, and how he think it will fair against “Yeezus” and J. Cole’s “Born Sinner.” Just remember. . . it’s all [cont.]

18 June, 2013 5:22 am

Mac Miller will join Kanye West, J. Cole, and Statik Selektah on Tuesday in releasing new albums, with his own Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Steam the whole thing below, a day ahead of it’s release.

15 June, 2013 3:34 am

Title track from Mac Miller’s Watching Movies With The Sound Off, hitting this Tuesday, June 18th. Directed by Rex Arrow & Larry Fisherman

15 June, 2013 3:07 am

On the weekend before his album drops, Mac Miller joins Tim Westwood in the studio, with a 14 minute freestyle solo session.

12 June, 2013 1:53 am

Vince Staples will release his anticipated Stolen Youth effort next week, an album entirely produced by Mac Miller — who produces under alias Larry Fisherman. Before the album drops for free download, Staples and Miller continue to tease with their Ab-Soul assisted track, “Killin Y’all,”. The artwork for the track is drawn by illustrator Phillip [cont.]

11 June, 2013 5:32 am

Watching Movies With The Sound Off hits June 18.

8 June, 2013 1:28 am

Mac Miller calls into DJ Drama’s show to speak on Vine, clowning on Action Bronson & Schoolboy Q, his new album, and more.

5 June, 2013 10:55 pm

Directed by Guy Blelloch, from the album Extended Play, hitting June 18th.

4 June, 2013 7:47 pm

Talib Kweli chopped it up with VladTV recent about the indie music scene compared to main stream success. He spoke specifically about the indie paths taken by Macklemore and Mac Miller, and how they’ve managed to gain wide-spread success without turning to a label to make them famous. Talib feels as though Macklemore’s talents have [cont.]

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